DevOps in Practice Workshop
This DevOps workshop is intended to offer a comprehensive, hands-on review of DevOps topics and process, and to identify techniques for project planning, development, and deployment from start to finish. Specifically, this workshop will expose attendees to reference architectures and hands-on experience with Continuous Integration (CI) tools and practices, including technical demonstrations and practical scenarios. Students who attend the workshop will be provided a Certificate of Completion and also be awarded 0.5 CEUs.
This one-day workshop is designed for technical managers, technical leads, developers, QA engineers, release/deployment engineers and operational support staff of software development teams. Attendees should have direct knowledge and hands-on experience with their organization's existing development processes.
- Gain a practical understanding of DevOps values and principles
- Witness how modern automation and tooling solves common problems in software development and delivery
- Exposure to best practices employed by DevOps industry leaders
- Better identify process improvements at your organization through new perspectives on software development and delivery
- Learn how to best begin a DevOps transformation within your own organization
- DevOps in a Nutshell
- DevOps Infrastructure Administration and Networking Fundamentals
- Environment Provisioning
- DevOps Systems Integration and Communication
- Hands-on Exercise and Demo
- Continuous Integration & Testing
- The Future: Continuous Deployment
Students will receive the complete set of slides and recommendations for related papers and reference materials.
- Students must bring a Linux/Mac or Windows laptop able to run Virtualbox or VMware virtual machines
- Students should be somewhat familiar with Unix Command Line - either in Linux or on Mac OS X
- Students should understand a high-level programming language like C++, Java, Python or Ruby at least at the beginner to intermediate level.
Training courses provided by the SEI are not academic courses for academic credit toward a degree. Any certificates provided are evidence of the completion of the courses and are not official academic credentials. For more information about SEI training courses, see Registration Terms and Conditions and Confidentiality of Course Records.